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British government policy puts food companies’ profits before the needs of the world’s poor, says the anti-poverty charity, War on Want
Campaigners for sweatshops-free clothes are about to take their drive into fresh territory at Europe’s biggest textile event.
One year before the London 2012 Olympic Games, War on Want has warned that the Games could be tarnished by sponsors' poor human rights records.
Thousands of women producing clothes for UK brands are working 14 hours a day for poverty pay in Bangladesh, says War on Want.
The government faces new pressure for the immediate withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan from the charity War on Want, union leaders and cultural figures.
Anti-poverty campaigners have handed George Osborne a large jammy dodger biscuit after an opinion poll named the chancellor Britain's worst tax shirker.
Campaigners will tomorrow (17 December 2010) demonstrate outside HM Revenue and Customs amid calls for a blitz on tax dodgers.
As NATO leaders debated Afghanistan, around 10,000 people rallied in London to call for the immediate withdrawal of UK troops from the country.
War on Want is sending a letter to the South African High Commissioner to the UK seeking protection of the rights of South Africans to decent housing and services.
As London Fashion Week drew to a close yesterday (24 February), the anti-poverty charity War on Want said that overseas garment workers are still being exploited to produce clothes for British high street stores.